Posts Tagged ‘unitarian universalism’

A House Which Becomes a Home

I want to tell you about a meeting that happened yesterday, here at UUCA. Five people and myself in the conference room, meeting with the Unitarian Universalist Association’s Director of Ministerial Transitions, the Rev. Keith Kron. He came all the way from Headquarters in Boston, because it was important. We were talking about our next […]

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Instant Happiness

Pro Infirmis is a Swiss organization for people with disabilities, and as today’s video shows, part of their work is expanding a sense of acceptance in society for difference, as well as for self-acceptance in people who carry the weight of such differences. One has scoliosis, another is in a wheelchair, a third lacks a […]

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Annual Blessing of the Animals Service

Please enjoy the audio only for this service, including the occasional bark!  

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The Prophetic Voice of Unitarian Universalist Ancestors by UUCA Lay Ministers

We speak today of prophetic voice. In word, image, and song, we recall the deeds of our UU forebears in faith. We call them prophets for their vision and truth. Prophets are not soothsayers, but visionaries. Prophets are called—and call others—to justice, community, and action. They call us to new ways of being human. The […]

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The State of the Dream – Dr. Tony Stringer

The State of the Dream Dr. Tony Stringer In another week, it will be seven years since I became a granddad.  Congratulate me!              Thank you. I find that being a grandparent is very different from being a parent.  There is nowhere near the same level of responsibility, and hence, there is nowhere near […]

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